That’s right, WWDC 2012 is just hours away and there’s a lot of speculation over what Apple will reveal. Things have changed a lot though. This will be Apple’s first WWDC with Tim Cook as a CEO, and Steve Jobs’ biography left a lot of hints about the last projects Steve was working on before his passing. Among these was the next generation iPhone, which many expect to be just as revolutionary as the first one.

It surely isn’t like Apple to launch a product just months away from its predecessor, but we’ve seen them prove this theory wrong with the launch of the iPad 2. The smartphone market is now more competitive than ever, and if Apple doesn’t want the market filled with Galaxy S IIIs and HTC Ones, they better act fast.

Watch this week’s return of the Pocketnow iReview as we go through our Top 5 predictions for WWDC 2012, and let’s cross our fingers.

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